Parks

Graham County has thousands of acres of land designated and maintained for recreational use. Each park is lush with natural wildlife and an amazing array of ecology—perfect for relaxation or adventure. These Park are all either State Parks, National Parks, or Local Parks and *may* require fees to enter/camp overnight.


Dankworth Pond Photo by Monika Ragland

Dankworth Pond State Park

Dankworth Pond State Park is three miles south of Roper Lake.
Hiking & Walking Museums/Heritage Resources Parks Picnic Water Recreation

Hot Well Dunes

Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area

Come ride the dunes or soak in the hot springs
Camping Hot Springs Motorized Recreation Parks Picnic

Riggs Lake Photo by J. MacFarland

Pinaleño Mountains, Coronado National Forest

The Pinaleño Mountains are a remote mountain range in southeastern Arizona within the Coronado National forest.
Bird Watching Camping Hiking & Walking Parks Picnic Tours

Roper Lake Photo by Monika Ragland

Roper Lake State Park

Enjoy desert vegetation, an accessible fishing dock, stunning views of Mount Graham and natural hot springs.
Camping Hot Springs Lodging Parks Picnic Water Recreation

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